21% off Easton EC70 Carbon Aero Handlebar
Thursday, March 19, 2020 - 11:42
Easton’s EC70 Carbon Aero handlebar is stiff and ready for fully internal cable routing.
One of the first things on your bike to hit the wind is the handlebar, so if you’re looking to save as many watts as possible, having something aero is crucial.
This carbon bar from Easton features a flat top section and internal routing for the brake housing and gear cables, allowing you to wrap the tape just past the shifters for a very clean look.
The bar features a modern, compact shape that makes it very comfortable in all the hand positions.
The reach is 80mm for comfort when on the hoods and you can easily access the drops at just 125mm.
The drops are ergonomically shaped which we find really helps when sprinting.
ProBikeKit is also offering free chain lube with this bar. Just enter code FREE75 at the basket.
Easton EC70 Carbon Aero Handlebar
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Easton has been dedicated to sport since 1922. When Jim Easton took the step into cycling components after the 1984 Summer Olympics, it was clear the purpose. Easton Cycling was founded for one reason—to make cycling better. Since 1984 everything we do is based around the idea that innovation could vastly improve a rider’s experience. Through our mix of advanced materials and clever proprietary designs we’re able to make your bicycle ride smoother, go faster and last longer.
ProBikeKit was founded in the early 1990’s by a small team of passionate and committed road cyclists, and the business has since then developed into a global brand.
We have built on the solid foundations of our business where our passion for road cycling matches our relentless commitment to provide customers with a first-class service for the best road, mountain bike and cyclo-cross cycling kit available at the most affordable prices.
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